Friday, December 02, 2011
"I don't believe the eurozone can be made to work. The loss of sovereignty for member states is likely to be more than their citizens would tolerate. We would move from a financial crisis to a democratic crisis". So says Andreas Whittam Smith in that temple of Europhilia, The Independent.
Thus, each day we reach another milestone in the journey towards destruction. And when the Independent gives up on the euro, you just know its days are numbered. But what will they do with the 52 billion coins, comprising 250,000 tons of metal?
But at least now, we know the real agenda. The "colleagues" are trying to make the euro survive to its tenth anniversary. I wonder if they will play Land of Hope and Glory, as they did at the launch in 2002.
But with the film comes a warning. England Expects explains.